I started dating this girl a few months ago and really like her. However, the past few weeks she hasn't ever started a conversation over text or tried to make plans together. I have tried a few times and been unsuccessful as she says she's busy but will text me later then never does. When I text her she always replies like she's happy to hear from me and uses the typical exclamation points and emojis. The last time I texted her to make sure everything was alright and she just never responded. Its confusing because everything was going great, there was no fight or disagreement and now I have no idea why she doesn't want to see me. Guys how would you handle this situation (let it go, text/call her, try to have a face to face conversation etc.) and girls how would you want/expect a guy to handle this?
What would you do?
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leave her alone bc it is clear that she does not want to be with you the way you want to be with her. She is not putting any effort into seeing you or reaching out first. This is a sign of someone who is just not that into you for whatever he reasons are.
You dont want to keep texting and bothering her if she is not responding most of the time bc you will began to look desperate and that can really push her away. Just be silent and see if she ever reaches out within weeks.
If she does, dont mention her silence and you not liking this or that bc she knows that and you dont want to put energy into someoen who clearly is not serious and she will expect you to be mad or complain which, for some, they love that its bothering you bc they dont care. So yeah she is just not serious and may hit you up every blue moon but won't be all in bc she is not that interested and you can't make her be0
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I honestly go through this with my boyfriend. But he's learning how to handle my schedule. I made it clear from the start that I'm busy and that I have an unstable schedule that changes day to day. I might go in to work for 9-10 hours straight and I always do over time. He knows that my work is so demanding that I don't feel like doing shit after I finish work and I smell so much like work that I don't want to do anything related to what I work in when I get home for at least a few hours. He also understands that my family comes first for me and understands that between my family and my work schedule, I have nearly no days to myself. I'm lucky if I have two days off a week and I can easily do 60-70 hours a week of work.0
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